- Highlife singer Kofi B's burial and funeral rites are underway being held at Agogo in the Ashanti region
- A video has popped up showing how the singer's children paid tribute to him
- Kofi B died in February after reportedly suffering a heart attack while getting ready for a concert in the Cape Coast area
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It was a sad moment when the children of Highlife singer Kofi B took their turn to pay tribute to their late father.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh a burial and funeral ceremony is being held for Kofi B today, Saturday, November 7, 2020.
Just like every other burial ceremony, Kofi B's funeral held at his hometown of Asante Akyem Agogo also had people paying their tributes.
While all the tributes to the late singer were emotional, that of his children was even more heartbreaking.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the children were seen standing behind the makeshift pulpit with their father's coffin in the middle of the Agogo Presby Park where the funeral is being held.
Reading the tribute on behalf of the seven children of the late singer, the eldest child said:
"We don't have a daddy anymore. We are now fatherless and our lives and future depend on only God almighty. Daddy, damirifa due! Due ne amanehunu," she said while mentioning the names of all of the children.
She then went ahead to request for their father's song titled Fr3 Me Daddy to be played in remembrance of him.
It will be recalled Kofi B suffered a heart attack prior to performing at a concert around the Cape Coast area on February 2, 2020.
He was pronounced dead on arrival after being rushed to the Central Regional Hospital.
He had been battling health issues over the past year and it is still not known what triggered the heart attack that led to his unfortunate demise.
Born on February 10, 1975, as Eric Kofi Boakye, Kofi B was only eight days away from his 45th birthday when he passed away.
The seven children he left behind are Anna Boakye Yiadom, Achiaa Boakye Yiadom, Tenekwa Boakye Yiadom, Jaden Gyamfi Boakye Yiadom, King Obed Mantey Boakye Yiadom, Jewel Boakye Yiadom, and Amayah Ohemaa Boakye Yiadom
Born on February 10, 1975, to the late Kwabena Krah of Agogo Etia Aduana family and Madam Grace Afia Akyaa Of Agogo, Kofi B was only eight days away from his 45th birthday when he passed away.
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